Here you can find binaries for current and past versions of Achi. You can download installation files using the links on this page. Achi plotter is included in distributives.
How to verify the checksum of a downloaded file (SHA256)?
A checksum is a sequence of numbers and letters used to verify the authenticity of a data file. If you know the checksum of an original file, you can use a checksum utility to confirm your downloaded file is identical. Depending on what operating system you are using, once you have downloaded the required file you can compute a hash of it. First navigate to the directory of the file you downloaded. Open Terminal and use the following commands:
CertUtil -hashfile AchiSetup-1.0.4.exe SHA256
shasum -a 256 Achi-1.0.4.dmg
1.0.4 - New ACH ticker, Regular security update, SpendBundle error handler improvement, GUI for Linux
Oct, 15 2021
Checksum SHA256: 2b1274563bf07eb040a046f031e41d585aa91b0304aa588042e50b68b0a1ef7c
Checksum SHA256: 5fcf4e6221eb94ce9c718a7f146c974304be32b46ebbcd483fa72547e89eeb11
Checksum SHA256: 795c21989aecf83525afd38fe43582909b0193e550e4bf9dcb43ab17166af78d
1.0.3 - Windows release & Security update 1.0
Sep, 16 2021
Checksum SHA256: fe81a6f6b023c7e405a4ce458e161ec8c251bf63ed2d26dc88c97e940689c9ff
Checksum SHA256: d7879f45bff9cbbc97fa63de797e229cccc7fdd06563c2cbb7688c98eac7a9bd